The eating plan I follow is called The Original Diet. The plant foods in this eating plan are very carefully chosen to follow clues
I spent decades trying to decide who to follow that I could trust without fail. Finally, it hit me that I was looking for answers in all the wrong placesâ€“ it was not a who, it was an “It.” Her name is Nature, and some people still remember her â€“ she evolved us. The great [...]
I feel a personal nostalgia for NASA, having been the Advance Technical Studies representative of the Guidance and Control Division at Jet Propulsion Laboratory many years ago. My work and publications in the area of unmanned planetary landers
We “know” a lot, and most of it is nonsense. Empowering a person to take action on faulty knowledge is a really dumb idea.
Whole, ripe, raw, sweet fruit is certainly on the list of food we’re evolved to eat, and no doubt our sweet taste buds were an incentive to gather fruit.
Bio-individuality, as applied to diet, is a widely accepted concept, concluding that there is no one diet that fits all. I find this conclusion quite puzzling, because, for every other living species on the planet, there is at least one diet that does fit each and every member.
Nature, in her infinite wonder, provides a backup for mothers that are unable to breastfeed their babies.
As hard as it may be to believe, evidence from the science community is mounting that, like animals, plants are also capable of feeling pain, thinking, and defending themselves.
As someone who has researched and published in the nascent field of nature-based primary illness prevention, I have seen mass confusion as to what constitute s a wellness plan.
I do not understand the concept of a World Meditation Day. It seems there is a belief that if humans send out positive thoughts on that day, it will have a positive impact on nature. I am not aware that nature needs our help. The planet is not in trouble, we are